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phoenix, arizona, says a t.s.a. agent would not accept her d.c. drivers license because, quote, d.c. was not a state. a supervisor was called in to clear the woman's valid i.d. wow. "fox & friends" starts now. have a great weekend. good morning. today is friday, february 28. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. new fallout for harry reid after calling obamacare victims liars. >> there are plenty of democrat senators that are pretty dissatisfied with the way the senate has been run. >> the question, is this senate majority leader really fit to lead? >> ridiculous. meanwhile, what's inside the files kept secret by the clintons for many years? they are about to be unsealed today. some of them are. what that might mean for hillary in 2016 coming up.
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>> watching kids play football, baseball. how about soccer? you can cheer but please keep it down. parents sent to time-out for cheering too loud. yeah, i'd ask what you think but i don't want you to make any noise and get you into trouble. it would be double secret type of probation thing. mornings are better with friends, i heard. >> it's richard simmons. the best exercise for your mind is "fox & friends." >> i'm going to silently cheer for you both all day. >> thank you. >> they do that in soccer already. they have one weekend on long island where you're not allowed to say a word on the sidelines. >> there is no freedom of cheer? >> it's players weekend. >> do people go? >> yeah because the kids need rides. >> do the players like it? >> they love it. i think the refs love it
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more than anything else. >> wait until you hear what's going on in idaho. it is a crazy situation. >> i think it is iowa. >> i think it is idaho. i know i was ill for the past two days. thanks for your notes. i think i had food poisoning, the last time i'll get takeout from the msnbc commissary. >> there is so much going on over in eastern europe, with domestic politics and even bill o'reilly found himself at the white house yesterday. >> he was speaking with valerie jar rhett inside the white house. heather nauert, good morning to you. >> steve, good to have you back. i'm going to start by telling you what's going on in the ukraine. breaking news coming in overnight. our men taking over two airports in ukraine. officials say the men are russian military and they're calling the move an invasion. this happened in the
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strategic khrmer region. no violence said to have taken place. the president viktor yanukovych says he will make an announcement today from russia. he hasn't been seen publicly since saturday after he fled the capital. we'll keep you posted. in a few hours from now thousands of documents locked away in the clinton presidential library will be released. the national archives will start uploading all 33,000 pages of withheld documents to his website. that is expected to take about two weeks. the documents will include confidential communications between president clinton and his top advisors and could contain information about whitewater and the monica lewinsky scandal. >> new questions today over the single deadliest day in the war in afghanistan. 30 american troops were killed when their helicopter was shot down there. a congressional hearing was held yesterday to try to get some answers on this.
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one concern, were taliban fighters tipped off? utah congressman jason smith says that is not possible. >> they didn't know exactly where they were going to go until they took o. i don't think there was an opportunity to tell the taliban. >> severalations were dispelled during that hearing including concerns over a missing black box. officials say there was not one on board that aircraft. jim lange, the host of the popular game show "the dating game" has died. >> it is time to meet our first three eligible bachelors for game number one, and here are the guys. >> lange became host of the dating game when it debuted in 1965. during his 15 years as host, do you recognize this young lady? he had farrah fawcett on
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the show as well as this guy, arnold schwarzenegger. lande died at his home in california. he was 81 years old. isn't that fun to see a young arnold schwarzenegger schwartz and farrah fawcett. >> it's always the guys having problems getting dates. arnold i know is home alone a lot watching his own movies. harry reid said all the problems with obamacare, all the sad stories with people who have lost their health care, high premiums, they are made up, all fictional. it makes you sit there with your jaw agape thinking is there a method to the lunacy. what was behind that? there is a lot of blow back. >> there certainly is. for instance, many people were not silently cheering when he took to the floor and called american people with the courage to stand up and tell their stories, liars. there was actually a loud response and a firestorm
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that followed his remarks. there's actually one physician -- many out there, but one last night who spoke with greta who is losing her patience with the attack on patients. >> most patients are attached to their doctor. we've had long standing relationships. we don't just take of an illness. we take care of the human spirit as well. of course they're distressed and they don't enjoy the fact that they don't have freedom of choice any longer. it's very, very confusing to them. it's very distressful. they don't know where to turn. the subsequent plan that was offered by the same insurance company turned out to have a net worth that was so incredibly narrow, so restrictive where my original plan had a robust network with many, many doctors, including myself, on it. and the subsequent plan didn't have me or any of my colleagues or any of the doctors that myself, my husband and my employees
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used. we didn't lose just one doctor. we lost a lot of doctors. it was horrendous. >> if harry reid wants to call somebody a liar, why doesn't he call the president of the united states a liar? i mean, the biggest lie of last year, according to phreut fact, was the fact that the president said if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. that was a lie. we know that is a lie for, what, five, ten million americans, they lost their health care. we had julie boonstra on the program talking about how she lost her health care because obamacare. harry reid is in a pickle because what he has done is he is one of the people who shoved down the country's throat this particular bill -- obamacare -- which a lot of people do not like. charles krauthammer doesn't like it and he has this observation of harry reid and his crazy horror story he's telling. >> i can't understand why harry reid would say something that he is saying
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is so obviously false and it isn't as if it's hard to prove that it's false. thousands and thousands of letters and e-mails. but here's what's happening. it's hitting democrats. it's hitting independents who are losing their insurance, losing their doctor. it is like you're throwing darts at a board. it is not that people are upset about a policy but if it hits you or your family it's going to hurt you. that is why the bleeding is happening among independents and democrats. >> "the new york times" did a study and they usually don't lean towards conservative schools of thought. they say so far in this country only 6% believe obamacare is working well. in terms of who thinks there needs to be changes to the plan, 50% say there need to be changes. 42% say have a full repeal. about 2% don't know because this is such an intimate situation. there is a story today out
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that shows the administration was so desperate with healthcare.gov, up until a few weeks into it the president was wondering if he had to scrap the whole website entirely and start again. that's how desperate things were. >> he should have. >> when you look at only 6% of those who would keep obamacare as is and you see the deaf ears the complaints, the hardships and the travesty that has occurred in the lives of american people, how they fall on the ears of harry reid who called them liars, it gives weight to senator ron johnson of wisconsin who said, wait a minute, it is not a surprise he said this. this is actually systemic. this is who harry reid is. is he still fit to lead? >> i don't have a whole lot of contact with senator harry reid. >> you never say anything to him? >> not a whole lot. >> does he know your name? >> i think so. >> what about other democrat senators? are they saying to you, are they embarrassed?
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>> i think there are plenty of democrat senators that are being pretty dissatisfied with the way the senate has been run. if you can call it running the senate. their amendments aren't being considered. they don't really have a say in the process. basically the senate is being run by one man, that is senator harry reid. that is why we haven't done an appropriations bill, in two years haven't passed an appropriations bill. prior to that i think we got a couple of votes on amendments. prior to those we republicans had four roll call votes on amendments since july of 2013. this is in the world's greatest deliberative body. that is because of senator harry reid. >> harry reid says the people out there telling horror stories about their insurance, they are liars. it was before the election in 2012 where harry reid came out of nowhere and said he had on good authority mitt romney does not pay taxes and has not paid them in ten years and he said in addition to that mitt romney has probably committed other felonies. as it turns out mitt romney
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paid millions of dollars in taxes and harry reid pretended he had not smeared him. yet he had done just that. there are a number of right-minded americans who are wondering mr. reid, what are you talking about? and you do sincerely owe an apology to these people you smeared unjustly. >> 11 minutes after the top of the hour. >> you might not recognize his face yet but our next guest says he could be the next bin laden. >> millions of dollars in campaign donations coming from planned parenthood, so who is it specifically going to go to and why? we're going to explain that as "fox & friends" rolls on live from new york city, where it's 9 degrees right now, folks. ♪ ♪ go long, look lean, in this season's most important fashion trend,
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is al qaeda on the run? >> no. it is morphing and franchising itself not only here but other areas of the world. >> the director of national intelligence admitting al qaeda is morphing, looking for new leadership. what is the status today? is it any closer to finding a new bin laden? do they need one. michael, have they replaced? are they looking to replace al-zawahiri? >> i doubt they're looking to replace al-zawahiri at this time. he's done a very good job in a very difficult situation. are they looking to the future for more leaders? absolutely. al qaeda has a long history of planning for succession because they expect people to get killed when they're fighting a super power.
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so the idea that they're grooming people for leadership positions is not a surprise. it's standard operating procedure. >> your research has shown only four separate times we've tried to get al-zawahiri since bin laden's death and most are predicting a violent death for him. >> people run out of luck when they're fighting super powers. it's not going to happen tomorrow. and i think the important thing, brian, in all of this is we've tried since 1996 to take these people out one at a time and that's like trying -- the movement is enormous at the moment. in many ways bin laden died completely successful because al qaeda is important in the movement but the movement is self-perpetuating. al qaeda is part of a larger movement. it is no longer the essential vanguard. >> michael, who do you think, in terms of the core unit, who do you think is more than likely to take over? and what is the next
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generation? >> there's a very talented man in yemen who is very close to bin laden, his personal secretary. he was in charge of a facility when bin laden lived there in the 90's. he's a person that's capable of doing regional and international operations. the other person i think to keep an eye on is bin laden's son hamza who has been a fighter, has been involved in combat with the taliban and other people. and when bin laden was killed, they were planning to send him away for religious training. there's been on again, off again reports that he's been killed, he hasn't been killed. but if he's out there, he has the bloodline, he has the experience and certainly he would be a reinvigorating person for the movement as a whole, not just for al qaeda. >> you believe this next generation is part of the j.v.? for example, the president
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of the united states has an analogy used around his white house, here sometimes, j.v. team puts on a lakers uniform, that doesn't make them kobe bryant. is the president accurately depicting the al qaeda you know? >> the entire administration is deceitful, sir. they tell you one thing one day, they tell you the other thing. i think the important thing for the american people to do is look on a map and see where al qaeda is today and its allies as compared to 2001. the growth geographically has been enormous. the growth in manpower has been enormous. because of the arab spring, the avalanche of new weaponry has been very important to them. >> you pointed out we picked up one of the gitmo guys. we're letting these guys out at a dizzying rate as well as letting them out of afghanistan. do you think we should pull out of afghanistan right away? >> i think we should have pulled out long ago. neither mr. bush nor
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mr. obama expected to win. once the military says there is no solution, you know the president ducked out on them. we're coming home in defeat. we've come home in defeat from iraq. whether we believe in that is irrelevant because the muslim world, they now have defeated the second super power. >> 19 minutes after the hour. did president obama go too far by promising to use his pen and phone to bypass congress? our next guest, he's a liberal professor, says he's pushing the constitution to the tipping point. he joins us next. have you used your web cam recently? there is a good chance you're being spied on. new details ahead. your eyes pend on a unique set ofutrients.
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welcome back. time for quick headlines. a russian spy ship docked 90 miles off the coast of florida in a move reminiscent of the cold war, russia sent a 300 foot intelligence boat to havana. no word from cuba or russia about what it is doing there. if you take naked pictures of yourself using yahoo messenger the british government might have them. according to edward snowden the british government collected images from millions of users. >> another reason not to do that. 23 minutes after the top of the hour. did our president go too far by promising to use his pen and telephone to bypass congress? listen to this liberal professor at a house hearing held on wednesday in washington. >> i believe we are now at a constitutional tipping
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point in our system. it is a dangerous point for our system to be in, and i believe that your response has to begin before this president leaves office. no one in our system goes it alone. >> we saw that and we said we know that guy. that's constitutional law professor jonathan turley. good morning to you, mr. turley. what do you mean we're at a constitutional tipping point? >> it didn't begin with president obama. there was this concentration of power, this shift of power during the bush administration. but it certainly accelerated under president obama. and the danger is that we have a system that based on this idea of three branches that are held together, an orbit. they are held together with balanced and equal powers. when one of those branches assumes greater power, it creates instability. and what you have to remember is that this is a system, this separation of powers, that was designed to protect individual rights. it's not there to protect
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the institutions themselves. the framers did not want anyone to have enough power to go it alone because they could also commit great abuses. >> sure. i think in your testimony, you talked about early american presidents and how, you know, these days people go people have never been this gridlocked in our american history. that is not true. there have been gridlocked congress before and people have had to deal with it. >> you know, i'm afraid that argument is rather fallacious. the framers designed this constitution for bad periods. they lived in such a period. these are people who were actually trying to kill each other. not figuratively. they were using the alien sedition act to arrest people. you don't get much more poisonous than that. it is an excuse, part of the all is fair in love and politics approach. what people don't seem to appreciate is policies change and so do
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presidents. this is not going to be our last president. those people who are silent today, they're going to have a hard time speaking up when the next president says i'm not going to enforce environmental laws or discriminate laws. they're going to find it very hard to voice opposition. >> that is why when the president in addition to the executive orders does the selective enforcement of immigration law and of the affordable care act where it's kind of like all this stuff we're supposed to do, let's not do that. let's not do that. and he's getting away with it. >> what concerned me most is to see president obama go to congress in areas like immigration and health care and be turned down and then to achieve the very same changes unilaterally. there is no greater circumvention of congress than that. it's very odd to see members, when he went to the state of the union and said i'm prepared to go it alone and to get applause. it was a particularly bizarre and weird moment. >> there are also some of his opponents who are suggesting what he's doing
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is so illegal he should be impeached. you've heard that. what do you think of that? >> i testified at the last impeachment of president clinton on legal standard. it's not a good idea. you can't use impeachment as a check and balance like running a nuclear plant with an on and off switch. that is not what the frames intended. we need to get back into the business of balanced branches and checks and balances. >> do you think there's a chance he's going to start doing that? >> i hope so. we're supposed to hand this over to our children in the same condition as we received it. these are our problems, not theirs. what we're doing is we're changing a system that has served us very, very well. >> got that right, so far. jonathan turley, professor of law down in washington. jonathan, thank you very much. have a great weekend. >> thanks, steve. >> what do you think about that? e-mail us at friends@foxnews.com. >> millions of donations coming from planned
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nascar driver jeff gordon took a car dealer on a crazy test drive. he's actually a blogger for a commercial. that commercial went out but some folks like the blogger out there thought it was fake, so jeff decided to teach that guy a lesson and prove it was the real deal. he actually pretended to be a taxi driver and picked up the unsuspecting blogger. watch what happens when jeff gets pulled over by the cops with the blogger in the back. >> no, sir. >> i can't go back, man. i can't go [bleep] -- >> sir, please stop! please stop. please! no! no! >> i can't go [bleep] back man. >> no! stop! >> yeah, that's not fake. look at that guy.
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>> you don't think i'm real, buddy? >> i'm amazed that real-life blogger allowed his image where he's screaming like this, to be used like that. >> he was terrified, really terrified. >> by the way, jeff gordon excellent disguise. who knew he was working for a taxi company. >> i guess the cops were in on it as well? >> apparently. everybody was in on it. >> let's talk sports for a second. most of you you can participate, the rest watch. over in idaho they decided to do something to crack down on what's maybe overzealous parents and fans who go to watch these games by having a silent cheer day. >> that's right. >> this is dumb. what does a silent cheer day look like? >> i actually love it. >> brian loves this. can you imagine being in the audience when one of your kids makes a point. this is what it would be
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like. [applause] >> what they did was they were able to clap and they were able to hold up their hands. out in post falls, idaho, justin brown came wup this idea. if you approve of a play, you can hold up a sign, you can clap and stuff like that. but if you yell, you will get a red penalty card and then you will be, even though you're an adult, placed in the time-out zone for 60 second. >> there were 15 -- that clip we showed was another school participating in a silent school day. but 15 red card were handed out during a trial run of the ban. so 15 parents did not comply. >> stupid. >> i told you they have a player day where parents are allowed to show up one week in long island in soccer and they're not allowed to say a word. coaches aren't supposed to say anything either. >> how do they play?
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>>ed kids get to play on their own. they can compete, talk to each other. they are certainly not getting heckled. i think this is a great idea. >> i do? >> yeah. >> no freedom of cheer? >> true. >> it is really an effort to get rid of some sort of taunting on the sidelines. the director said it is thinking outside the box. it is something we have discovered in other areas and they found it to be a successful idea. i mean, what do you actually -- do you think it's a good idea? we'd love to hear from you. if you're taking out all comments from parents? you can't say good job as well as you can't say bad about anything else? >> that person made some racket, let's send them to the time-out. here's something from one of the parents who got a time-out. my daughter made a free throw. i had to shout. it remind me of when i put my kind in time-out. when i was coaching soccer, i think it was mary's team,
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my brother-in-law came from southern california and he hadn't seen the kids all year and so he's in the audience and making a lot of noise. he was saying go doocy kids. at one point the ref said that parent is making a whole lot of noise. i said that's no parent. that's my brother-in-law. i wound up getting a red card because i'm the parent. i thought it was absolutely crazy because you go someplace to support your kids, the only thing you can do is use your voice. >> write him a note after the game. what do you think of a silent cheer day? are you for it? kids are used to being yelled at and people working against them and that might be a good opportunity. that is what we get on a regular basis. >> don't be silent about it. let us know what you think. >> like all these camera guys, they're not any good and we tell them. but they're used to it. they're tough. >> i just heard they want a silent brian day.
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>> it is the facebook question of the day. log on to facebook, the "fox & friends" page. while you're there, please like us. hit the like button. >> that's a desperate attempt to get somebody's approval. >> we want as many as possible. >> and cheer for heather who has highlights. >> good morning to you guys. mother nature is wreaking havoc in california this morning. take a look at this. it is no match for the weather. we've been talking a lot about the bad weather in california and what is coming. two other big rigs there slammed into each other as the drivers tried to avoid hitting the first truck. fortunately no one was seriously hurt. planned parenthood is plotting its largest ever campaign offense. the organization's political group, planned parenthood action fund and planned parenthood votes, are expected to fork out $18 million for key elections in 14 states this year.
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this includes the gubernatorial race in texas, where abortion rights backer wendy davis is running. should you have to pay for someone's gender reassignment surgery? the mayor of washington, d.c., vincent gray, thinks you should pay for it. he announced the city will now recognize gender dysphoria as a medical condition and will force insurance companies to cover the treatment including sex change operations. this includes nearly one-third of the city residents who receive medicaid benefits. what do you think of that? do you want to pay for it? a family morning the loss of a family member is now celebrating. this is a crazy story. the reason they are celebrating is that they thought 78-year-old walter williams was dead. that is exactly what the koroner told them but two hours later this happened. >> they put him in the plastic bag, put him in the
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hearse. >> the mortician said something wasn't right. his legs started moving. hallelujah. thank you, jesus! >> what did the coroner have to say about this? he called it a miracle. >> it could involve a lawsuit. >> mistake or miracle. >> zipped up in a body bag. >> note to the coroner. don't do that unless the person is supposed to go to the funeral home. >> if that ever happened to you, write us or facebook us. >> while you're at it, please like us. meanwhile we like maria molina. she is outside now where, maria, it is 9 degrees. it is almost march. i'm sick of this stuff. >> the northeast is going to stay below average over the next several days, still looking at more winter like conditions out here. not just the northeast but also the midwest. take a look at minneapolis. as they head out the door, currently 24 degrees below
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zero, feels like 8 below in chicago and ten below in cleveland. their high temperatures will make it into the 50's for cities like atlanta, raleigh and memphis. i have to say i'm a little jealous of texas. today they're expecting a lot of sunshine and temperatures into the 70's and 80's. going to be wonderful. get out and enjoy it. they are expecting a cooldown later this weekend so it won't be sticking around. we have another storm system out west. heavy rain, mountain snow across parts of california. flooding concerns. that system heads east. look at the forecast on sunday, brian. possible snow, ice, anywhere from parts of the midwest into the northeast. we'll keep you updated. let's head back to you. >> come on in now, maria. just a quick look at what's happening ph sports. a college basketball game end with a brutal fistfight. watch. >> we've got a fight going on. >> we've got a fight. d.k. eldridge. >> it happened after an
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overtime win by utah valley against new mexico state. a new mexico player chucked a basketball at his point. some students cheered. coaches will watch the video before suspending anyone. lebron james is taking -- he broke his nose last week. to protect it he wore that mask in the game against the knicks last night. it was the knicks who should have worn the bags over their heads. they were terrible. james looked great, 32 points. the knicks are trying to see if they can end the season now. i'm not sure if the commissioner will allow them to do that. coming up later on kilmeade and friend, an appearance by alison camerota. but she has an appearance fee and i don't want to meet it. >> how much does she get paid?
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number that sound like this. >> to redeem your money, please visit www. www.verizon54.com. >> it is a scam. con artists updated their particular to make it sound like they are calling from a verizon tech support number. it is not. elisabeth? >> thanks, brian. should we rush to pass immigration reform so our nation doesn't run out of maids? that's what this democratic candidate implied during a stump speech for congress in florida. >> immigration reform is important in our country. it's one of the main agenda items for obvious reasons. because we have a lot of employers over on the beaches that rely upon workers and where are you
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going to get people to work to clean our hotel rooms or do our landscaping? >> joining me now is republican candidate david jolly, special election set to be held march 11 here. after hearing sink's comments, do you believe they will indeed sink her chances? >> good morning, elisabeth. thank you for letting me be here. it hearkens back to president bush's words, the bigotry of low expectations. i think we heard the truth on tuesday at the debate and i think it is concerning to every voter in our district, but it should be concerning to everybody across the country that this is the typical philosophy, if you will, of many in the liberal lead establishment. >> several republican groups came out and said this is indeed racist. do you believe sink's comments are racist? >> i think it shows a certain amount of human bigotry, if you will. here's my concern.
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the real concern here is this wasn't a gaffe. we finally heard from sink, her exact opinion on this. the important thing, though, is if this came out of other schoolchildren, what alex sink said on tuesday, we would think there was a crisis in education now. every mother, pastor would be on the street corner demanding accountability of our schools. when a statement is made by a politician, all apologists race to try to explain it. the fact is we need to hold people accountable for what they stand for. >> let me ask you this, the last polling has sink up, i think by 7%, is what we found in our research here. going forward, it seems as though this might affect her. it might not though. her team says the only reason you want to talk about her comments is because you don't have a plan on immigration. >> well, listen, we've talked about our plan. we've talked about issues for five months now.
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i think alex sink is trying to distract from the real issue here, which is her statement on tuesday. and i can tell you this on polls, and this should be encouraging for people across the country that are following this race, this is neck and neck. there are polls that have her up, there are polls that have us up. this is a turnout race. we're going to win this race on the issues. we're right on the issues. the moment alex starts talking about where she stand on the issues, we're going to win this race. we saw that on tuesday. >> reaction to harry reid's comment on the floor saying obamacare nightmare stories are fake? >> obamacare has been a disaster. it has hurt people in our community, in our district, small businesses it has wreaked havoc on. people have increased premiums. people have had canceled policies. these aren't lies. harry reid and the establishment knows that. that is why the president continues to walk back from enforcing the very law that is the hallmark of his administration. we need help to carry our message and make sure we beat alex sink.
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>> david jolly, thanks for being with "fox & friends" this morning. we've actually invited alex sink to appear on "fox & friends" and we are waiting to hear back. adviser sits down bill o'reilly last night. what she said about the awkward moment. your biological clock is ticking, guys. dr. mark siegel ont that next.
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women's fertility has always been a hot topic. >> a new study suggests that relates to men. the biological clock is ticking for men and women. >> i had children at older age and they are wild. we already know men are less able to have babies as they get older because their testosterone goes down. with women over the age of 40 it is harder to conceive. for men it is more gradual. you could have a child at 90 but much less likely. this swedish study looks at over
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2 million people from 1973 to 2001, a lot of men. and they found they were much more likely over age 45 to have adhd in their kield, bipolar disorder 12 times more likely. why would that be? i'll tell you why because sperm dwoids all t divides all the time. the more it with divides the more likely to have a mutation. we can't prove it because we don't know what gene causes autism and adhd. we don't know. but it has a genetic factor to it. >> is this independent of a woman's age at all? no matter what age the woman is, if the male is above a certain age this counts? >> absolutely, very good point.
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i want to tell people not to worry about this. even if you are in your 50s chances are likely to have a normal child. it is statistical 25 times more greater but overall chances are still quite low. >> some more famous people who had kids at a later age, you are one. bruce willis, michael douglas and paul mccartney had kids when they were older. jim brown has a 10 and 12 year old and he is 70. >> if you are paul mccartney's kid you have so much environment involved, how is an older parent rearing the child? i scream a lot more at my kids than i should. my older kids are benefit of a calmer dr. siegel.
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next wednesday i'm appearing -- good to see you. coming up on this friday, brand new revelations about wide bi -- joe biden's relationship with the president.
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good morning. today is friday, february 28. new fallout for harry reid after he called millions of americans with health care horror stories liars. >> lies destroyed by republicans to grab head lines and make political advertisements. >> the mom of this young woman live today and demanding an apology. brand new revelations about joe biden's relationship with president obama and it is not pretty. wait until you hear about the role hillary clinton plays in
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this thing. jeopardy's so-called evil villain about to land himself in the record books. on this mornings are better with friends. >> you are watching "fox and friends." one of my big regrets is i missed valerie's appearance here. >> she is a celebrity i would really get along with. >> you would get along with anybody. >> she timed her appearance to the day you were off. >> which is weird. >> put her day pass on the side of the monitor. >> so book yourself on the shelf. >> we have a lot to discuss today including article going inside the relationship of president obama in a way that definitely has another chapter. because the 73 year old, 71 year
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old wants to run for president. it is very interesting to see where the president falls down on this. >> we are going to be discussing all of that coming up. >> on the outside both of the hes involved, president and vice president say it is a great relationship. it is not a great relationship. first we turn to heather who is pulling double duty. she was on "fox and friends" first this morning. >> we have news to bring you live recognize now. ten russian military helicopters have now flown into the ukraine crimea region. russian troops are taking control of two airports there. calling this a military invasion and occupation. in about an hour from now viktor yanukovych is expected to make an announcement from russia somewhere.
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ukraine says they will ask him to face criminal charges. just a few hours from now thousands of documents locked away in thet presidential library will be released. the national archive will start documenting to the website. the documents include confidential communications between president clinton and top advisers and could contain information about white water and the monica lewinsky scandal. this is a five-foot tall igloo. police discovered it in the woods of the university of utah. inside they found four students smoking pot. the students weren't arrested but cops did destroy the hide
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away. they tore down those walls. she has been compared a lot of names. >> you know what they tell us if anyo anyone criticizes on screen. >> he won $58,000 on jeopardy yesterday, the second largest amount in one day. the record is $77,000. he has been criticized for jumping around to the board and picking high dollar amounts first and looking for daily doubles. he has won a total of $238,000. congratulations. >> he has no resentment and says he is doing it absolutely right. and people have done this before and anyone who says there is tension -- it does look like alex trabec is scrambling to keep up with him. >> that was suggested by the jeopardy master that it takes
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him longer to get through those notes. looks like it is great for their show and has a whole set of people almost reignited in the interest. >> is there a "fox and friends" home game? >> people are playing with us left and right. the contestant was on our program a couple of weeks ago and said i'm not doing it for our fans but for my family. thank you very much for the news. now, let's talk a little bit about a gigantic article in the politico magazine. the president picked joe biden because he needed someone with experience. >> joe biden said when i took
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the job i need two things. in exchange i will be in on every consequential meeting and decisions you make. biden has been behind selling the stimulus and gets to stay in those meetings. >> the article and reports states and suggests they have moments of controversy and sort of going head to head on things. joe biden was on "the view" and said our relationship was great and almost like we share a brain. >> the relationship i have had with the president is he has given me major assignments to take any assignment am given and do it my way. and it works because we are personal friends. >> also he said he never said he would not run for president.
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and in the hypothetical matchups with him and hillary clinton right now hillary clinton ist at 73%. he is at 12%. it is epic, i think the largest disparity. >> i think i poll better than that. >> why is it alreaways about yo? >> do they really get along? >> listen to the quote from the article and then decide for yourself. not a quote from joe biden himself but a summary here. rumors about him being managed into a box by obama's cocky campaign team only exacerbated biden's innate insecurity and drive for independence. >> evidently the campaign really pushed him to the side and
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stopped him, for example, from having the one hollywood fundraiser at his private residen residence. ethey said nope. you don't do that. it also factors in the fact that secretary of defense gates' bookt that he has been wrong on every issue. that didn't put the wind at his sails. >> he was proud of the fact that he was called in by both sides to help negotiate capitol hill through debt ceiling negotiations. with behind closed doors biden was telling friends it was a terrible spot to be. you can't show up newly elected leader of the free world, not to mention harry reid that they weren't driving bargains without the expectation of back lash.
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remember biden helps get the two sides together and after the election the president's team said is joe biden going to help? and said no. he wasn't needed on capitol hill which was his strong suit. >> factor this in. nothing got done. nobody filled in his row. john mccain made the comment i guess he was sent to an undisclosed location. al gore and dick cheney and george bush don't get along right now. >> people were saying they were hiding biden. i said that. >> it was genius then and genius now. yesterday bill o'reilly sat with obama's senior adviser and was making the case for the brother's keeper plan.
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things got a little awkward quick ely. take a listen. >> got two more questions about this. how much time we got? i'm sure she wants to get out of here. >> i'm enjoying the conversation. >> they were back and forth on the brother's keeper thing. i thought it was interesting, he said you should come on and the president should talk about the program and really push it forward and be aggressive. she egoes we just meet one-on-one. she goes the first lady should come on says we go to the classrooms. if you want to do it do it in a big way. she could not agree to do it in a big way. >> running for the white house there saying why don't you do that? issues that cause a lot of attention. you can get painted with one brush or another when it comes to topics and race. >> it was great, it was very
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uncomfortable to watch. you have to hand it to her for showing up and taking the fire. she did it with a smile and she said she enjoyed it. but at times the body language was a little awkward on her part. a little hot in the hot seat. >> she should have been very comfortable. i give the it president a lot of credit whoever decides to bring al sharpton and bill o'reilly together because when it comes to mentoring politics should not be involved. >> or bringing together. maybe this is a pathway to that. >> maybe. i doubt it. >> what did you think about the exchange e-mail? new fallout for harry reid after he called millions of americans with health care horror stories liars. >> lies by the republican party.
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senate majority leader harry reid under fire for calling obamacare victims liars. >> plenty of horror stories
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being told. all of them are untrue. those tales turned out to be just that, tales. stories made up from lies by the republicans to grab headlines or make political advertisements. >> does this look like a lie to you? she was born with congenital malformations in her brain. she has under gone 89 surgeries in her life. thanks to obamacare the family is stuck on an insurance roller coaster. thank you for being with us right here. i could feel you breathing and holding your breath watching harry reid make those remarks. how did you initially hear them? >> we have been very busy in the pediatric icu with my daughter.
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he sent me the message yesterday. i was so offended. i spent the last three months, more than a part-time job for me to secure insurance after termination that happened in the fall. i have worked diligently and advocated for the health care that we once had which we don't have anymore. and it's taken a lot of effort and time and difficulty. we have lost one doctor and lost all coverage out of new york state. i didn't realize that we had three minor options. they are far less superior to the options that we had. >> we see that we love her thumbs up. she under went surgery. you shouldn't have to be here on this couch right now while your daughter is trying to recover from her 90th surgery almost here. what do you have to say to harry reid? chances are he might be
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listening right now. he owes you an apology. >> before i got the call from fox news i posted to my facebook page really harry reid i would with like you to come to the picu and say those words to my face. it inspired others to say the conversation. i thoughtt about it at 1:00 this morning. today is rare disease day. we have a clinic that our insurance company paid $28,000 for my daughter to have specific neuro diagnostic tests run for research. this year we have no out of state coverage as of march 1, tomorrow. >> what do you want? look at the camera, if you can. she is going to hear you. tell harry reid what is on your heart. >> what is on my heart is i would like harry reid, if he has any ounce of regret for the
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words he has said and the offense he has made for americans like us who are struggling, i challenge you to make a donation to the alliance in honor of johannah benthal. looking for research for a cure that will have to pay for her care at university of chicago this year. last year our insurance company paid $27,000 to have this testing done. i would like him to pay $30,000 and make that donation and apologize to me and to the american people. >> you are a strong mom. you are a strong woman. you are graj s for scourageous what you said. we'll be right back. coming up in other news congress getting free rides on trips that didn't cost you a
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lexapro. >> i think you can get pretty good deals at wal-mart, right? >> yes. wal-mart, too. >> pharmacy the last place. also, i do this all the time. i go to walgreens.com and make pictures. t that is a bad idea. >> or run into the local drugstore and throw in your memory card and print the pictures. cost up to 50 cents a copy. i found cheaper prices online at places like snapfish and shutter fly. >> then you have to wait a day. if you go to sites like coup coupon.com. they have coupon codes. >> if you want to buy cleaning stuff don't buy it at the drugstore. they have such a good selection. >> not a huge price difference but stores like wal-mart and target looking at saving almost a dollar on these specific
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clorox wipes. if you want to get better bang for your buck go to dollar store for no-name brands. >> you are about to check out, these things staring at you. batteries. >> exactly. you don't want to get caught with the remote control with the battery dead. prices are so high. warehouse stores save you 70% on batteries. >> what should you buy at the drugstore? you say buy milk and eggs. >> i want to shock you guys this morning. fresh food like milk and eggs and they price them low and consider them leaders to attract consumers into the store hoping they spend money on other items and are willing to lose a little bit on the cost there. >> who knew tony the tiger is a bargain at walgreens and cvs? >> all about finding sales.
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>> while you say don't buy prescription drugs at the drugstore get over-the-counter drugs. >> look for store brand pain relief and allergy relief. those save you 30% compared to name brands. of course, you know fda regulates those. and, also, cvs, walgreens offer you coupons on the name brands. >> i think you just saved a bunch of people a whole bunch of money. >> i hope so. >> thank you. >> good stuff. 28 minutes now after the top of the hour. millions of dollars in campaign donations coming from planned parenthood. who is getting the dough? stay tuned to find out. which movie is going to take home the best picture? tim mccarthy with his prediction coming up. ♪
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>> zero gravity split. and that is real. >> we have never seen that guy again. >> doesn't seem like it hurts as much in space. >> speaking of "gravity" we are talking with with tim mccarthy about which movies he thinks should win the oscars. i will say this, "gravity" should be a play. it was one person and really -- george clooney, i'm not sure he was alive or not the whole time. it is really built for the stage. you have nothing else but black and her holding on. >> it had you for two hours. that is good acting. >> she was great. i just don't like the movie. >> you think it was a dud. >> i was so disappointed. >> we are going to make our predictions about the oscar cast this weekend. let's go to heather cast for
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headli headlines. talking about the 2014 election planned parenthood is plotting the largest campaign event ever. the political groups are expected to forecast $18 million for key elections in 14 states. this includes the gubernatorial race in texas. and remember this story? a group of students at a northern california high school were told they could not wear american flag tee shirts on cinco demayo. the students sued. a federal court ruled that the rights were not violated. two of the students involved spoke to "fox and friends." >> we had to turn our tee shirts inside out and go back to class. we said no because we thought it would be disrespectful to the
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flag. >> the court's ruling said the concerns about racial violence outweighed the students' freedom of expression rights. and airport security agents turned away a woman with a valid washington, d.c. i.d. card because she had no clue that this woman was flying out of phoenix, arizona. it was a tsa agent. and the tsa agent did not think that washington, d.c. was a legitimate state that issued a drivers license. so the woman's boyfriend took to twitter to express this astonishment saying the tsa at phoenix asked for his girlfriend's passport because her valid d.c. license seemed invalid because d.c. is not a state. the supervisor was called. mother nature reeking havoc on california. take a look at this big rig.
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it was no match for the wet weather. two other big rigs slammed into each other as drivers tried to avoid hitting the first truck. >> i was on with the 911 lady and i'm trying to get help for the other car and start yelling and this truck is coming. she is like why are you yelling? >> there were several other crashes like this. look at this. flipping over. that truck right there. amazing any no one was seriously hurt. we will talk about the bad weather headed out west. they are getting a lot of rain. a lot of people are worried about mudslides. >> you can't have it both ways. you want to stick with the drought or deal with the rain? >> they need rain. >> the 86th annual academy awards are days away. who will win in hollywood?
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fox news contributor kevin mccarthy looking dapper. >> this is my super bowl. i rock the bow tie every time we have the oscars. i have to do it. this is my geek out weekend of the year. >> i bet you have chuck taylors on. >> i do. >> you look like the guy at the valet parking place that i know. >> that is my side job. we are going through best picture and best actor and actress. let's start with best picture. >> with best picture two major front runners. you have "gravity" and "12 years a slave." it is now current to win. it is an incredible film and do think it is deserving of an award but i really feel "gravity" was the best film of last year.
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now, statistically, if you look over the course of the director's guild awards over the years "gravity" won the dga award and 52 winners have gone on to win best picture. statistically gravity does have a very big chance to win. it is a technical and emotional masterpiece. do not count out "american hustle". votes could split between "gravity" and "12 years a slave." >> we are going to vote. i'm with kevin. i think "gravity" will win. >> i'm with you. i think "gravity." here comes the boom is not eligible. "captain phillips." >> by the way, i want to say i'm actually hoping that i'm wrong on sunday. i want "gravity" to win so bad. i hope i am word.
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>> now you are changing your vote. >> we don't like "gravity" but we like sandra bul bullock. "12d front runner. in this category the oscars love a full transformation from an actor. mcconaughey lost 47 pounds for the role. i asked him how did you lose the weight and not hurt yourself? >> how do you lose the weight and the muscle mass? >> by diet. it is not as much exercise as i thought it was going to be. exercise was 5% of it. it was diet. and then your body once it got the message after two weeks that we were going south it turns on and commits with you.
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>> so you say -- >> he will win the award but don't count out dicaprio. it is the best performance of last year. >> we are going to vote now. who do we like? >> i say it is leo dicaprio. >> i am going to go with bruce dern. i think dicaprio and other guy could split the difference and could be lifetime achievement award. >> i love bruce dern, by the way. >> a lightning round for actress. >> meryl streep nominated 18 times in her career and won three times. kate blan chet won golden globe, critics choice. i think sandra bullock deserves it. she was in a suit and in a set filming these scenes. how did she do the breathing.
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this is what he had to say. >> is the breathing more of acting than you are breathing that heavy because you are spinning? >> the breathing is all acting. we had to pick it up where we left off. we had to hypervent late to get back to that level. i didn't like the way it sounded and didn't connect. >> i think she was dealing with a movie. she did a great job. the movie was terrible. >> i am with you on kate blanchet. >> i am thinking meryl. >> now, i say will win. i will be on "fox and friends" this sunday to give my other three major categories. everybody go see "son of god".
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skip "nonstop" it stinks. wait for the rental. >> "son of god" opens today. >> great work. thank you so much. >> and he dresses up. >> next time we should send him to the oscars. not what you make but how much you keep in your pocket. do americans in red or blue states keep more of their money? our next guest is following the money trail. >> katy perry is taking a break from defending muslims to deliver babies? >> but first the trivia question of the day. >> back in this day 1940s this racing legend is a four-time champ. who is he? e-mail with the correct answer and you will win. [ sneezes, coughs ]
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conservative states seemingly have collectively gained $40 billion. meanwhile liberate states have lost about $140 billion. here to explain why this is happening is travis brown, author of "how money works" and he brought his interactive map with him to explain. you have rankings. first tell me the criteria and time period. >> thanks to internal revenue service numbers we have results of how americans have moved voting with their wallet. we line that up to polls of what americans have said. >> as you did the math you
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noticed the trend that most conservative states seem to have gotten a lot of the money. explain why and where. >> according to the daily tracking that they do over the last year we know, for example, that americans label themselves most conservative in states like wyoming and mississippi. we are still a conservative advantage america. 14.6% of americans identify with themselves as conservative more than liberal. >> you have the ranking for most conservative. thou let's see where the money is going. >> basically we can look at states like wyoming rated first that show up in our data a gain of $1.24 billion just to a state with a very small population. i mention mississippi earlier. we have that result, as well. by contrast places that are liberal show big losses. >> we should just point out that is an important number.
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>> theax rate in that state has people judging whether their quality of life will be better or worse. >> exactly right. because the price for work, the penalties we put on work at the state level is different because we have nine states like texas for example that puts no personal income tax and they show big gains. >> no income tax in florida. it is number 32. >> states like florida on the movement of income are america's biggest winner. they are looking at $10,000 a minute moving in every minute every day on average for the last 18 years coming from places like liberal states like new york. >> let's look at a few liberal states and see where that money is trending. >> we mentioned district of columbia is by contrast rated when we go back to liberal percentages we can look at those numbers, as well. we see for example the district of columbia shows up as a big
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area for liberal politics but losing $4.34 billion in income. so it is fascinating. people vote with their feet. they can earn their money and decide where to keep most of their money because if you work hard you don't want to give it away. >> new york minute now costs $7,200 in loss. >> cyber world allows a lot of people to live where they work because they can be effective anywhere. we are very mobile. >> thanks for bringing your flat screen and writing the book "how money walks". 11 minutes out before the top of the hour. are you tired of wasting money on rent? then buy this house sell frg under $250,000. this and more awesome deals are next. this day in history a dna
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house. >> author of find it, fix it, flip it joins us to tell us where it is cheaper to buy than rent. he joins us from los angeles. good morning to you. >> good morning. a survey done rent versus buy survey that takes into account three different factors which is interest rates going on right now, house prices, also, tax benefits, things like that to determine what cities, where it is cheaper to buy than rent. the first one we came up with and we will show you a great deal there is kansas city. let's take a look at this. this is a house in kansas city that is $235,000, five bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths, a wonderful two-story cape cod newly remodelled, granite kitchen, stainless steel appliances. it will cost you under $1,200 a month with 20% down including your taxes, mortgage and
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this is about 2,000 square feet. wood floors, open staircase, third floor, finished attic. this is what your cost is going to be every month, around $320 a month. that is an amazing deal. >> it cost more to park a car in new york city than that. >> yes, it does. >> that's crazy. >> thank you. we are going to put all ten, top ten cities better to buy than rent. thank you for bringing us the top three. >> it is a little before the top of the hour. should we rush immigration reform? >> believe it or not geraldo
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good morning. it is friday, february 28. new fallout for harry reid after he called millions of americans liars. >> i was so offended. here i was sitting at at my daughter's bed side and i spent the last three months, more than a part-time job for me to secure insurance. >> so senator reid, she is a liar? really? a mother's message. should we rush immigration reform so america doesn't run out of maids? that is what this democrat said. >> who are we going to get to work to clean our hotel rooms
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and do our landscaping? >> who is going to clean out our hotel rooms. geraldo has something to say about that. a liberal professor says the president is pushing the constitution to the tipping point. really? we'll play back the sound bytes. weudy. mornings are better are friends. >> you are watching "fox and friends". welcome aboard. i have been gone the last couple of days. i think i had food poisoning. >> why did you say you were on assignment? >> people know. >> this is what i say about it. there is a reason they call it a
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filafal because after you eat it you feel awful. i think it was a bad buffalo chicken bite. >> lots of facebook posts and e-mails keeping your spirits up during that time. >> because you were out -- we had nothing. >> thank you, sir. >> we got the call about midnight to come in and to clayton morris for sitting here on the curvy couch. >> they both had very bad times. >> everybody has a good time here. hash tag mornings are better with friends. >> that's right. >> here is the news. >> mornings are better with friends except when brian slips you a buffalo chicken bite. is that what he gave you? >> he said it would be delicious. >> change the graphics. >> overnight a lot going on in
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the ukraine. ten russian military helicopters have thrown into the crimeea region. a coast guard base now surrounded by russian marines. minister calling it a military invasion and occupation. the ousted president of ukraine viktor yanukovych is expected to make some ort of announcement from russia. a russian spy ship is docked 90 miles off the coast of florida. russia sending the boat to huh v v van -- havana. >> it may have some political significance but my guess is it sailed from russia long before the crisis in ukraine reached this point. i think we have problems in the western hemisphere.
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>> no word from cuba or russia about what that ship is doing there. >> just a few hours from now thousands of documents locked away in the clinton presidential library will be released. the national archives will start uploading pages to the website. the documents include confidential communications between president clinton and top advisers. and then more fallout this morning from senate majority leader harry reid calling obamacare victims liars. >> there is plenty of horror stories being told. all of them are untrue. stories made up from lies, by the republicans to grab head lines or make political advertiseme advertisements.
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>> don't tell that to ms. benthall. thanks to health care her family is caught on an insurance roller coaster. listen to what she had to say earlier on "fox and friends." >> before i got the call on fox news i posted on my facebook page i said i would like you to say those words to my face. >> eileen is challenging reid to make a $30,000 donation to the charity working for a cure for congenital malformation. >> that was quite an interview. >> she should not have had to be here but she is courageous to be her and her daughter, she rushed right to the hospital. >> her daughter is in the hospital today. had had her 89th surgery last night. >> she is not a liar. geraldo joins us. in our first hour -- >> the beatles are back together. >> i will be ringo.
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>> your pal jonathan tirly down at george washington. with the president using executive orders -- >> and a liberal. >> and the pace that this president is using them to his benefit is accelerating. he says he has brought the country to the constitutional tipping point. do you agree? >> i think we were going to listen to the professor. >> let's listen. the president says he has to do it because we are in such grid lock. >> the framers designed this constitution for bad periods. they lived in such a period. these are people who were actually trying to kill each other. they are using the alien act to arrest people. you don't get much more poisonous than that. it is an excuse. part of all fair in love and politics approach. people don't seem to appreciate
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is policies change. so do presidents. this is not going to be our last president. those people who are silent today will have a hard time speaking up when the next president says i'm not going to enforce environmental laws or discrimination laws. then they find it very hard to voice opposition. >> the job of the president in our government, the job of the president is to enforce the laws passed by congress. that is the ordinary course of business. what presidents do whether out of frustration or arrogance sometimes is issue executive orders that have nothing to do with the legislation, the most urgent example is how president obama has amended the affordable care act, obamacare, by executive. this group is now the implementation is delayed. this group is exempt. >> exactly. so there is fear when the president in power is representing the party that you
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don't represent. in other words, we were fearful of bill clinton who used it in a very volume s way. george bush was opposed by the democrats when he used executive power. now we are watching president obama saying that is extra constitutional. you are going to the tipping point. is professor tirly suggesting impeachment of president obama, i think absolutely not. >> where do we go from here? >> the president -- putting aside affordable care act and remembering that the president used it half as much as bill clinton and probably two-thirds as much as president bush, i think you just watch him. remember when he failed on gun control and made a lot of noise about using executive orders to impose new restrictions on gun ownership and gun importation and ammo clips and the rest of
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it and he never did. so i think it is more rhetoric and show. you want to be vigilant and call him out when he does exercise the executive power but i don't think we are really in a place where it is a crisis. it is certainly not a constitutionalal crisis yet. >> special election coming out march 11th for congressional seat there. the person on the ticket for the democrats, alex sink had this to say about immigration. listen. >> you want me to do this, also. >> she said immigration reform is important for us. we have a lot that rely on workers and especially in the high growth environment where are you dwoeg to get people to work to clean hotel rooms and do our landscaping. her quote, not mine. >> it is harsh and elitest by this democratic candidate and
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really overlooks the fact that many undocumented immigrants are high tech workers or others with skills and does stereotype. there is no doubt there are many parts of this country, south florida, southern california, maybe new york where there is scarcely a pizza delivered, baby cared for or vegetable picked or dish washed but by an undocumented worker. they tend to do the down side job. >> if a republican said that it would be gigantic talk. >> it is elitest. it is grossly stereotyping. on the other hand -- sometimes stereotypes are created because they represent a truth. >> we will continue to watch everything you do. i love your shoes. >> i used them at the disco yesterday. >> did you see geraldo at the disco?
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>> i was boogying away. >> this was shot by the paparazzi e other known as your wife. >> i heard dr. siegel talking about old sperm. i'm looking at my daughter saying if she gets a b is that my fault that i'm an old dad? talk about stereotypes. >> thanks a lot. >> thank you. here is another story i know you are interested in. coming up straight ahead, he was killed when his chopper was shot down by enemy fire. his parents just attended a hearing to get answers? did they get them? they will join us live next. did you hear this? >> political theater crafted to make the producers at fox television happy. >> it is all our fault. we tell you here what chris wallace has to say about that
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they were hoping to get answers. the families of 30 americans killed in the tragic chopper attack in afghanistan doing congressional hearing with very few answers. for example -- >> given the aggregate circumstances here, was this an appropriate aircraft to use? or was this something thrown together at the last minute? because that allegation has been out there, as well. >> his parents attended the hearings. they were hopeful to get
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answers. they join us right now from washington. billy and karen, on with you yesterday in the pregame. now we are in the post game. did you get answers yesterday? >> no. we don't feel like we got answers. we feel like we got a dog and pony show, a patronizing pat on the back and go home and forget about this thing. >> because none of the military commanders in the theater are making the decisions showed up at the hearing? >> that's one good one. let me say happy birthday to my wife today. none of the people in the chain of command, none of the people on the ground, people we have gotten information from were there to testify yesterday. the answers were so inconsistent with military testimony that we have. it was just unbelievable. back to the question that was asked. that man said the 47s don't have black boxes on them. we being parents don't know that if they do or not.
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what we do know is in the military testimony the pathfinder crew, the leader of that crew said that night they searched for the black box was too hot to get it that night. what he did, also, say this was the first chopper we did not receive the black box off of out of choppers down in afghanistan. it is inconsistent. we just want the truth. he was under oath when he testified. we know he gave some false statements. >> tell us who you are talking about. >> that was d.o.d. representative, mr. reid. he called a low intensity conflict, what he represents. he did most of the testimony for the special ops talks yesterday
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and everything. we don't know who he was. never seen him or heard of him before just as the rest of the panel. there was a navy man there who we were told by his representative he would represent special ops. there were 17 navy seals teams on the chopper. not one question was asked to him. >> you don't expect and haven't been told there will be follow up hearing. this might be the last we see coming out of washington on this. >> we have heard through word of mouth that they may have a follow up hear wrg they allow parents who want to say something to do that. for us, we don't need a say in front of congress. we just need changes made. so, you know, that is just another patronizing act in my opinion. i appreciate congressman and his willingness to put this together. i appreciate congressman from florida who was the only one in my opinion who asked any serious questions of the panel yesterday. but we have low expectations
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just as we did yesterday. and our expectations were met yesterday. >> happy birthday. i wish it was better circumstances. it has been great being able to talk to you. at least we are all talking about it and have it out there for people to research. thank you so much. >> thank you. 19 minutes now after the hour. do you want a sex change but don't have the money? don't worry, the taxpayers will pay the bill. chris wallace is here. he has something to say about this. so stay tuned. >> crafted to make the producers at fox television happy. 7
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. some friday morning headlines. if you took naked pictures of yourself using yahoo messenger the british government might have those. according to edward snowden images locked away. good reason not to do that. should you have to pay for someone else's gender reassignment surgery? announced the city will recognize it as a medical condition forcing insurance companies to cover treatments including sex change surgery. this includes nearly one-third of city residents receiving medicaid benefits. and that is the news. the apprentice program is
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one of a kind created to change the face of television news industry itself. to celebrate black history month we teamed up with the program every friday this month to bring you some of the most remarkable stories inside the african-american community. we are thrilled every week to be joined to tell us about a true southern gentleman who broke barriers in least likely of places. >> it is so good to be with you on our final friday of february. >> great feedback on twitter, facebook and all. >> a lot of social media feedback this year. >> can't wait to have you share this story with us. >> it is one thing to dream about higher office and serving neighbors but another to face reality such as running for governor in a state where you might not be welcome. to truly succeed you need a message that people like no matter what you look like. meet one man who did just that,
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douglas wilder. >> governor, how does a man whose family includes a grandfather who was slave get to be the first governor in the united states? >> interesting question. it hit me when i was being sworn in as governor. i said i'm not really being sworn in. it's that spirit, those people who sacrifice so much for me. >> you accomplished this in virginia which was home to the confederacy. it is almost hard to fathom that. >> don't think i wasn't reminded on so many occasions that you can can't do it. >> who told you you can't do it? >> even friends. they would say you can't do that. i said why. you know. no. i don't know. and i think that chloroform, unfortunately, that does that to
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us as a community on so many occasions never filtered its way into my nostrils fortunately. most of that came from my mother. >> lawrence was the seventh of eight brothers and sisters. his mother named him after the great african-american writer. she was his greatest influence. >> she said you can do anything you want to do if you set your mind to it. keep your nose clean but don't complain. do your homework and you can do it. >> what drove you into politics? >> i lost my mind. [ laughter ] i had a dream and went crazy. >> and you woke up a politician? >> i never wanted to go around begging for votes and asking for money for campaigns. i didn't want to do that. i wanted to see change. >> change came in 1954 with brown versus the board of education, the landmark supreme court decision that outlawed segregation in public schools.
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it was the kind of moment that inspired a young douglas wilder just returning from the korean war. >> i said why am i here fighting a war against people who have done nothing for me, fighting for their rights and freedoms that i don't have? i never thought it was right for the people who were representing us to be ignoring us. i don't just mean ignoring people of color. they ignored people. >> law school became his obsession. none of the law schools in virginia would admit him because of the color of his skin. instead they were willing to pay his tuition to go someplace else. >> i heard you say by forcing into select institutions it benefitted the group. how so? >> because the culture that i found was something i never would have known before. the naacp lawyers were using the
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law firm facilities to practice and to get ready to argue their cases. you would have others. i was so impressed with the quality of people that i never would have had the chance to meet. >> it was an experience that resonated with him as he served in the virginia state legislature for 20 years working the halls the only way he knew how. we are there to represent the people. i have always believed of, for and by the people. it stays with me. i never forgotten it. >> he became the governor of virginia after beating the republican challenger by less than 8,000 votes. once he got to the governor's mansion he realized his state was broke and more than $2 billion in the hole. >> everybody was begging me to raise taxes, particularly in my
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party. and i said we are not going to do that. >> you didn't raise taxes. you paid your bills on time. you had money saved because you had to have cut spending in order to do that. what party are you in? >> that's why there is a lot of people felt i desserted the party. >> by the end of his term he balanced the budget and created a rainy day fund to get the state through future hard times. >> i didn't tow the party line. many people say to me today you did it. now, i wasn't interested in creating a name. i was interest td in doing the very things i told you earlier, to do the best possible job. >> what is your legacy? >> mine would be that people would see that i did everything that i could with what i had. and that i tried to do just that.
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>> under wilder's leadership virginia was the first state to celebrate an official holiday for dr. martin luther king jr. about politics he said getting difficult things done is a matter of education, perseverance, compromise which is something he wishes he saw a lot more of in washington today. >> something i think we all wish we could see a lot more of. >> especially the sitting down part and getting along. >> two consecutive years voted as the best managed state in the u.s. under his leadership. >> we will see you on "fox report weekend". what a great series and sponsored by the inspirational program. i know one of our current apprentices recently interviewed you about your participation in the series. is that posted online? >> it is on the website.
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plenty of horror stories being told. all of them are untrue. in those tales it turned out to
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be just that, tales. stories made up, lies by republicans to grab head lines or make political advertiseme advertisements. >> there you have harry reid saying something ridiculous. >> some say very accurate. >> let's see what chris wallace says. sounds like he called millions of americans flat out liars. >> harry reid is a smart guy but says pretty dumb things from time to time. remember when he said that the war in iraq was lost at the time of the surge. a variety of things. he is very partisan. i think it just got away from him. my guess is that on some level he thinks it is true. of course, it isn't true. as we know 5 million people lost insurance policies and people are losing the doctors that they
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had. the president's comments about if you like your plan you keep your plan turned out to be judged the political lie of the year. reid has to walk it back. >> he was reading it. he wasn't getting mad responding to somebody. he was reading this. this was planned. he knew what he was doing. >> sure. >> yeah. he had to walk it back because it was so untrue and a number of members of the republicans in the senate went on the floor to say it was just bull. i will tell you i was talking to a member of my family the other day and she was really upset because she said she has been dislocated by obamacare. she said i don't like being called a liar. >> and remember just in the run up to the election remember it was harry reid who said i have
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on good authority mitt romney hasn't paid taxes in ten years and essentially accused him of committing a felony. mitt romney had paid millions of dollars in taxes. harry reid pretended he hadn't smeared him. he just keeps on like the energizer bunny just beating the drum and way too often lying. >> and the fact is that until people call you on it you can get away with it for a while. my guess is we are making a big deal of the fact that he said this and it was untrue. my guess is that were you to turn on some of our competitors in the mainstream media all you heard was the original charge and not the retraction. >> we had a mom on this morning whose daughter had her 89th surgery last night and came on to get an i'm sorry there. i want to ask you this, what about the democrats blaming fox news? the blame game doesn't seem to
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stop. listen to this. >> we have all heard the outrage from my republican colleagues and their chief mouth piece fox news. political theater crafted to make the producers at fox television happy. >> chris, you agree? >> again, i will say i was watching it there. again, they were reading. this was prepared. clearly, this was a talking point that they decided that day to try out, one, there is no problem with the irs and this is all just a concoction of the imagination of fox news. sort of like the president saying they haven't found a smidgen of corruption. first of all, the investigations are far from over and we know demonstratively -- remember the president talked about how outrageous it was. so the idea that now they are
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acting as if this didn't ever happen, what happened to those hundred or so organizations, tea party groups that were targeted? less than a dozen liberal groups targeted. it is a talking point. i suppose they think it fires up the base. but, you know, there is enough legitimate things, why say things that just aren't true. >> this is my favorite time of the week when you get to promo your show. >> i got to say it is certainly my favorite time of the week. certainly my favorite time of this segment. we are going to be talking -- there you have it. darryl issa calling back the irs official who famously refused to testify, took the fifth amendment. he found out new information about her. you are rushing me. that is rob portman. we are talking to issa about what he found out about louis
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lerner and we talk about the president's budget and we talk to rob portman about that. >> we had producers at fox news changing the graphic to make you look bad. >> this is fevered imagination of fox producers. >> always behind it. >> people keep talking to them. >> we know you got to go talk more about your show. >> i am here. you want to talk more about the show? >> absolutely. you want to sit back and relax? you want a monitor? >> here is heather. >> can you keep chris up doing this? >> got to go do other things. >> i knew it. >> we'll see you sunday. >> have a good weekend. >> making things up. mother nature is wreaking havoc in california. take a look at this big rig. it is no match for the wet weather there.
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two other tractor trailers slamming into each other as drivers try to avoid hitting the first truck. >> i am trying to get help for the other car and start yelling like what is going on. and this truck is coming. she is like get off the road. >> there were several other crashes like this. take a look at this suv. it flipped over. no one was seriously hurt. and a not-so-bright idea. a creation of four students in utah goes up in smoke. this is a five-foot tall igloo. inside that igloo, four college students smoking pot. the igloo had a door made out of cardboard. the students when they were found weren't arrested but cops destroyed their hide away. they used sledge hammers to get through the walls.
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a family mourning a loved one is celebrating. they thought 78-year-old walter williams was dead. two hours later the family was told walter was alive. >> they put him in a plastic bag, zipped him up and took him and put him in a hearse. >> the mortician said something wasn't right. his legs started moving. >> hallelujah. >> i love her. so what did the coroner say about this? he called it a miracle. miracle, indeed. those are your headlines. >> wiggle a toe or something. >> that is what he did. >> zip the bag, i'm alive. the president just announced a new plan to help african-american kids. is this the government's job? that analysis next. and then parents being tossed in time-out for cheering
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s. in idaho they made a move for youth sports and said parents, if you start doing anything besides clapping or making signs for a kids you will get a 60-second time-out. >> off the field. >> time-out room. >> and 50 red cards thrown at parents. >> a referee took them out and sent them out. what is your response? >> it is stupid. >> beverly in florida said this, another effort from the left to not give credit to achieveers. they want to reduce all people to the same thing.
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they want to make everyone equal in income. >> so boo children. let's start booing children. >> cindy on facebook says i guess i would be in the penalty box for the duration of the game. you are not alone. >> no one is on my side. diane said some parents shouldn't be allowed to cheer because idea of team spirit leaves a lot to be desired. >> really, brian? you actually like this? >> i do. and that is a rough look at what is happening. no one agrees with me. i think kids should play and work it out with the referee and tell their parents what happened. >> your children do something great. you want to go that is my kid, way to go! >> what about the parent that says you stink? >> that is bad sportsmanship. >> there isn't a penalty for
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that? why penalize the good as well as the bad? >> tough. >> brian, we love you, but you are wrong on this. >> that is what you think. the president just announced a new plan to help african-american young men and women. is this the government's job? first bill always agrees with me. find out what is coming up at the top of the hour. >> you guys are feeling good on this friday. >> we really are. you have a lot to live up to. >> we are working on it. big news out of ukraine. what will russia do now? bill o'reilly challenges the first lady. joe biden says no republican party left anymore. is that the case? where is the tea party five years on? we will talk to michele bachmann about that.
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yesterday president obama launched a new government initiative called my brother's keeper to help young black and hispanic men. the task ahead definitely not easy. 72% of black babies are born out of wedlock. 48% of children in single female households live in poverty. is this the government's job instead of the family's responsibility? we are joined by motivational speaker dr. brown and education expert david banks, president and ceo of the eagle academy foundation. thanks for joining us. dr. brown, is this the government's job? >> it's not necessarily the government's job to create another government program whereby we are fixing things or forcing things upon people.
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government can, in fact, help people help themselves. that is what i need to hear in this initiative. i need to hear individual responsibility and personal accountability. it is a two-way street. if we are saying these young people don't know we care about them and value them we also need to hear that these young people care about being a part of society and value the opportunities that are available in society. it is a two-way street. >> david, a large component of failure has to do with failure at the family level. you have to involve the family. there has to be family. >> families are essential to any change to happen. i agree with the fact that the president said personal responsibility and accountability is a huge part. this is really the president doing what he is supposed to do. it is a call to action to people around the community, business
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community, philanthropic community. there is no more important call he can make than to parents and say you have to be seriously involved in the lives of children. parents are facing all types of challenges and we have to figure out ways to help support the parents. >> dr. brown, one of the unfortunate realities in a lot of the homes of the young men there is no father figure. the dad just isn't in the picture. >> that is very, very true. we have to also understand that blood relation does not a family make. research tells us it takes one caring adult to make the difference in the life of the child. once we get to that point and start connecting young people to positive role models and positive examples and letting them know that they have personal responsibility and accountability in society and america that some of the changes that we want from them. >> david, you are hopeful even
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though the government does not have a good track you are hopeful this will make a dent. >> absolutely. it is a call to action. it is the kind of thing that if the president of the united states is speaking about the issue and offering up personal experiences this is what we need to get initiatives and programs around the country to get involved. the work that we are doing at the academy we have almost 2,000 young men across thork and new jersey. we find mentors and find opportunities for internships and understand what education is all about. when you put those together you can have a successful program. >> the president was on and said his father was not in the picture and smoked pot and he turned out okay. >> thank you. we'll be right back. help keep teeth clean and breath fresh with beneful healthy smile food. with special crunchy kibbles and great taste...
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